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Title 5Chapter LXXXIIIPart 9301


TITLE 5—Administrative Personnel

CHAPTER LXXXIII—SPECIAL INSPECTOR GENERAL FOR AFGHANISTAN RECONSTRUCTION

PART 9301—DISCLOSURE OF RECORDS AND INFORMATION

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Subpart A—FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT

Procedures for Disclosure of Records Under the Freedom of Information Act

§9301.1
In general.
§9301.2
Authority and functions.
§9301.3
Organization.
§9301.4
Availability of records.
§9301.5
Accessing records without request.
§9301.6
Requesting records.

Costs

§9301.7
Definitions.
§9301.8
Fees in general.
§9301.9
Fees for categories of requesters.
§9301.10
Other charges.
§9301.11
Payment and waiver.
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Subpart B—PRIVACY ACT

§9301.12
Purpose and scope.
§9301.13
Rules for determining if an individual is the subject of a record.
§9301.14
Requests for access.
§9301.15
Access to the accounting of disclosures from records.
§9301.16
Requests for copies of records.
§9301.17
Requests to amend records.
§9301.18
Request for review.
§9301.19
Schedule of fees.
§9301.20
Exemptions.

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